PIERS 2019 in Rome
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PhotonIcs & Electromagnetics Research Symposium
also known as Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium

PIERS 2019 in Rome, Italy, 17-20 June, 2019

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PIERS2019 Rome Focus/Special Sessions  
SC3&SC4: Advances in Optical Sources: Materials, Devices, Applications 1
Organized by Prof. Francesco Prudenzano (Politecnico di Bari) and Prof. Irina T. Sorokina (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
 
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Extraordinary advances have been made over the past decade in the field of the technology and of the theoretical modelling of optical sources, including the investigation/development of novel materials, devices, applications and by exploiting different solutions in bulk, fiber and integrated optics. Several activated materials have been synthesized for the fabrication of novel optical sources, in both conventional and exotic wavelength ranges. Rare earth ions have been embedded in different host materials (glass oxides, fluorides, chalcogenides, tellurite, glass ceramics, crystalline, organics etc) or included in molecular complexes. The availability of low cost commercial tunable optical sources as quantum cascade lasers and the fabrication of resonant microresonators and microstructured fibers will allow novel applications, including high brilliance light sources, high performance amplifiers, fluorescent probes, luminescent labels, free space optical links etc, covering areas ranging from optical communication to optical remote sensing and earth atmosphere monitoring, from medical diagnosis and therapy, e.g laser surgery, to material processing, industrial application, etc.
 
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